The document is made up of extracts from various Genealogical publications and was first published as is, in Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies quarterly magazine 'The Genealogist' December 2009, Volume XII No 12.

CORNWALL

http://genuki.org.uk/big/eng/Cornwall/ This site contains an historical description of Cornwall in 1887 and also many links including Cemeteries, Census, Church Records, Directories, Maps, Probate Records and much more.

Go to http://www.cornwall-online.co.uk/genealogy.htm for the Cornish genealogy pages with links to the 11th Cornish Surname Index which contains 1,103 names, a list of convicts (some Cornish) to NSW and also the Cornish Mining Index - a searchable database with over 16,000 entries.

The Cornwall Family History site at: http://www.cornwallfhs.com/ has many links including that of the Federation of Family History Societies, but many databases are "Pay-per-view".

The Cornwall Online Census Project at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kayhin/ukocp.html is transcribing ALL of the UK 19th century census returns in order to create an online "free-to-view" searchable database. (ED a check at time of publishing to KDFHS indicates that this is now complete).

http://members.tripod.com/chrisuphill/ind.htm Cornish cemeteries online a combined index which currently includes Towednack Churchyard, Longstone Cemetery, Penponds Cemetery and others. By highlighting and choosing SELECTION on the print menu, you are able to print only those names you require.

http://www.cornwalleng.com This is the site of the Cornwall Parish Register Index where you are able to search baptisms, banns, burials, marriages and witnesses. Using a surname only is sufficient, but altering the Preferences on your printer to Landscape instead of Portrait allows the full page to be printed.

http://www.cornwall-opc.org The Cornwall Online Parish Clerk's website for Family History. Search the database of Parish Register transcriptions for all of Cornwall using their search facility at the bottom of the page.

http://bodmoor.co.uk/bmoor1.html The Bodmin Moor Cornwall Home Page is intended to help family and local historians doing research on the villages around the Moor. Other links as well - site still under construction.

http://www.ladock.com This site contains lists of Births 1669 -1902, Marriages - Brides 1669-1902, Grooms 1669-1902 and Deaths 1669-1902 in Ladock and more.

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/Cornwall/Maps/map_lisk.html Click on Parish Index for all parishes in the Registration District of Liskeard plus a search page.

http://www.heritagepress.polperro.org/index.html Polperro is a genealogist's dream. Because of its isolated situation, the indigenous families living within the two parishes tended to inter-marry. Click on a name in the yellow box for details. The site contains a link to the Polperro Family History Society for more information.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~engcopc/ This site contains Parish Records for Sithney, Porthleven & Constantine and other links including the Cornwall Parish Register database and Cornish Online Census Project.

http://www.censusfinder.com/england2.htm Scroll down the page to many links to Cornish records including Census, Wills and more.

www.genealogylinks.net/uk/england/cornwall/ This Cornwall Genealogy Links page contains many links, though I found some of them are no longer working.

http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl Don't forget to try this link for BMD information from 1837. More information is being added all the time.

http://vicnet.net.au/~caov/st_just/st_just.htm The St Just District Research Group aims to help people researching families from the St Just in Penwith District. Click on Home at the bottom of the page for more.
 
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wbritonad/ A small group of volunteers have been transcribing and putting online every edition of this newspaper, from 1836.  Right now, we're completing 1849 - a very bad year, unfortunately.  Our posts include all BMDs, coroner's inquests, Local Intelligence (including, at times, weather reports) and every single Assizes and Quarter Sessions reports.  Our goal is to reflect how our ancestors viewed their world to today's researchers,  and help them realize exactly how our relies lived. - Links to other sites are also included.

 

 

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